The OCTOPUS project

The OCTOPUS project is targeted to broadcasters and content providers in order to help the journalists with out-of-band information regarding the persons who are interviewed. The main idea of the OCTOPUS project is to avoid “epic failures” that can happen if the journalist does not recognize the person or in case the journalist does not

medFLAME experiment concluded in Barcelona despite the unusual conditions

The medFLAME experiment aimed to validate a number of improvements for the end-user and the service operator resulting from the introduction of 5G edge processing in the Interactive Medical University (, which is a platform for improving the qualifications of doctors and medical students in various medical specialities. The validation in the experiment was supposed

SmartMEC results with FLAME

The Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) concept can significantly improve the QoS of video streaming services; however, the computing resources at edge nodes are still limited and should be allocated economically efficiently, as both stated in the academic literature but also as we have experimentally validated in previous works, when we deployed heavy WebRTC workloads on

FLAME at NEM Summit 2019

FLAME was in the spotlight at the New European Media (NEM) Summit, 2019, held end May in Croatia. The FLAME platform was demonstrated to interested participants. In addition, information on the FLAME Open Call 3 was disseminated. The call opens on 9 August with the application process open until early November 2019. FLAME is soliciting third

Winners of FLAME’s 2nd open call announced

The outcomes of FLAME’s second Open Call have been announced and seven winners have been selected. FLAME’s second open call requested 3rd party projects to create and explore edge experiences considering consumer’s desire for personalised, localised and interactive media content delivered through current and emerging human-computer interfaces used in outside spaces or between outside and inside